I'm creating this crappy theory because
- I'm bored
- I want to create it before anyone else can
- I want to show that before anyone thinks of this theory and starts it up, it's not that good and can be debunked easily
- I'm bored
- Did I mention, I'm bored?
- I have a headache
- I'm keeping myself from writing my stupid fanfic and relieving stress
- I'm relieving stress because I have to do four days of performing for kids.
Okay, so the theory is... another good guy theory.
WAIT! IT'S NOT THAT STUPID FOXY
THEORY, I PROMISE!
It's an easily debunkable theory of Springtrap being a "good guy."
What someone would probably (not) say: Well, he doesn't exactly lunge at you and kill you, unlike the other animatronics. He doesn't even get in your face entirely! Debunk: Then why is he the only animatronic in the game?
What someone would probably (not) say: But you're forgetting that there could be other animatronics that heard the sound and came to kill.
Debunk: Ahem. Have you listened to the phone calls? "Phone Dude" has said that they found an animatronic. Not multiple.
What someone would probably (not) say: He's just concerned for your safety.
Debunk: Seriously? 'The Purple Guy is in the Springtrap suit. 'Why would (the soul of) the Purple Guy be concerned for the player's safety? He's a murderer!
What someone would probably (not) say: He's peeking because he's worried.
Debunk: Nope. He's just in the blind spots, waiting to kill you. Also, don't you remember, the vents?
What someone would probably (not) say: He goes through the vents to clear out the air and check if you're okay.
Debunk: See the Purple Guy stuff.
What someone would probably (not) say: He can't speak; his voice gives you a heart attack.
Debunk: This is the same BS as the good guy theory from the first game. Why the hell would they hire a guard with heart problems?
What someoneone would probably (not) say: He comes in while the player is hallucinating because he wants to check on the player.
Debunk: Yeah, no. Why do you die then?
What someone would probably (not) say: Well if you're not saying it's the heart attack, then maybe the protagonist backs up and then falls and hits his head, thus giving the game over.